Since the follower (or "subordinate") layers are following a master layer, changing the position of this layer will cause all other layers that are depending on it for positioning information to change their position accordingly. Identify this layer and you're well on your way. There's no need to edit the modifier unless there's an offset in the follower layers. In this case, if there's a modifier on the follower layer AND its pan boxes are non-zero, this represents an offset from the layer being followed (a modifier aligns the follower layer's center to the master layer's center. Adding a value to the subordinate layer's position that is additional to the action that causes the initial following activity creates an offset. So, you may have to change this offset value accordingly.).
I'm not sure if you want to go that deep into this topic, but the following will give you a good leg up on what's going on when you encounter a pan following modifier. Knowing how to create them makes it easier to modifier them. So, in case you might be interested, the following might help.
http://fenimorephotovideos.com/fpvp_doc ... ng_p1.html
While slideshow creation is very simple and easy ... creating one that people wouldn't mind watching again and again isn't quite so easy.
And, one key concept to keep in mind while figuring it out: HAVE FUN!
There's something there for novice to expert ... much of it stuff that Photodex probably should have included in their manual and help files but didn't.
Yep ... I had too much time on my hands, obviously. (retirement can do that to you! )
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